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Morning in Mugunga camp
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Image by Julien Harneis
Life in Muganga camp
Mugunga is about 10km from Goma. The first people started setting up a makeshift camp in May after fighting in Ufumumba. By now the camp has grown into three sites and a fourth official camp will be opened in the coming days. The fighting in the last days has led to a large influx of new displaced. Registrations in the coming days will tell us how many there are but it should be well over fifteen thousand people and maybe into the twenties.
For a variety of reasons UNICEF and other humanitarian actors were slow to respond in Muganga. Since then we have assisted with distributions of non food items, construction of latrines, showers and the rehabilitation of the water distribution network. However new arrivals in the camp remain unassisted and our new projects for education, child friendly spaces, health and nutrition have yet to start.
To stay in touch with the people we work with I will be visiting the camp regularly to document their lives and develop a better understanding of their situation. On Saturday I went up early in the morning, met up with the committee for the displaced and asked if it would be alright to come to the camp from time to time. Fortunately they said yes and I spent the next couple of hours drifting through the camp as people got on with life, building huts, cooking, having breakfast.

Image from page 22 of “The standard domestic science cook book” (1908)
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Identifier: cu31924073879508
Title: The standard domestic science cook book
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Authors: Lee, William H. (William Henry), 1848-1913 Hansey, Jennie Adrienne, 1843-
Subjects: Cookery, American cbk
Publisher: Chicago, Laird & Lee
Contributing Library: Cornell University Library
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. 233 28. 14. Bread, Yeast, . . . . 243 29. 15. Cakes, FUHngs, . . . 257 30. 16. Pastry and Pies, . . 278 31. 17. Cookies, Fried Cakes,Fritters, 289 32. Pickles and Preserves, . 302Miscellaneous Dishes, . 318Artistic Cooking and Fancy Dishes, . . . 329Sick Room Recipes, . . 342Household Drinks, . . 352Candies, Candied Fruits, 364The Chafing Dish, . . 376Brides Department, . . 381Fruits, Melons and Nuts, 393Menus for the Year . . 397 Table dHdte Dinners, 434Marketing— How to Buy, 436Why and How — Hints, 439Seasoning and Flavoring, 444Practical Carving, . . 447Domestic Economy*—Household Management, 459 APPENDIXMaxims and Quotations for Table and Menu, …. How to Remove Sinews from Turkey Legs, ….. The Fireless Cook Stove^ Dictionary French Trems Used in Cookery, with English Equivalents, Golden Thoughts, 456 Forma] and Informal Invitations, Regrets, etc., 501 Alphabetical or Cross-Index to all Recipes, …… 505 Jot Down the Recipes that should be Kept 522 8 PAGE 435449450452

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Department 1. SOUP is liquid food made by boiling meat and vegetables or both, withseasoning and sometimes thickening, while broth is clear, without thick-ening, and strained from the solid ingredients retained in soup. Wellmade soups an^ broths are soothing, prepare the stomach for the heaviercourses, and, as a rule, can be gotten up at small expense. But the bestBoup is often spoiled or made unappetizing by too much grease floating on top.A good cook will aim to have a diiferent soup for every day in the week.Select wisely; prepare properly; cook well and serve daintily. I. CLEAR STOCK. The term stock means the juices of meats, bones and vege-tables extracted by long and slow simmering. Stock forms thebasis of many soups and meat sauces. Any bones from the meatsused for fooiJ may be utilized; also all trimmings of roasts, steaksand other meats. Cover the material in the soup kettle with coldwater (a quart of water for every pound of meat or bone), add ahandful of salt and boil gentl

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Patrick Bell 5KM Road Race Bohermeen June 2014
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Image by Peter Mooney
This is a photograph from the 29th annual Bohermeen AC Patrick Bell 5KM Road Race, Jog, Walk, and Fun Run which was held at Bohermeen AC, Ardbracan, Navan, Co. Meath, Ireland on Saturday 7th June 2013 at 19:30. The race was held in very warm sunshine with little or no breeze: an almost perfect summer evening. The race commemorates Patrick Bell, the late Bohermeen clubman who died tragically in the summer of 1985 following a traffic accident, whilst returning home from Cork having competed in the National track championships. The wonderful atmosphere, the great racing and participation, the work by the club, Meath Athletics, the local community, and the wonderful weather is, yet again, a fitting tribute to Patrick’s memory and his contribution to Athletics in Ireland. Congratulations to everyone involved. Everything that is good about grassroots athletics and running in Ireland was on show in Bohermeen tonight. The planned race route had to be changed at the last moment due to a funeral which was taking place in the area. This seen the race reverting back to it’s old course which brought runners into Bohermeen village and through the bogs area of Ardbracan. The folks at Bohermeen AC and the local community host a barbeque, cook-out, and entertainment, as turf fires burn late into the night. One of the best after race atmospheres you are likely to find in Ireland. The race started at the school about 800m from the Bohermeen AC track and makes a left handed course around some beautiful rural country roads and turns back to Bohermeen Village and then back for the final kilometer which is straight to the track and the finish on about 60 meters of athletics track.

This is a set of photographs from the end of the race until about the 30 minute finish time. The full set is available at

Timing and event management was provided by Precision Timing. Results are available on their website at with additional material available on their Facebook page ( See their promotional video on YouTube:

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Some Useful Links
Google Streetview of the Location of the Race:
Our Flickr Photograph Set of the Patrick Bell 5KM 2013
Our Flickr Photograph Set of the Patrick Bell 5KM 2012
The Patrick Bell 5KM Homepage on Bohermeen AC’s website (includes results from previous years):
The Discussion Forum Thread about the Race:…
Bohermeen AC Facebook Page:

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I ran in the race – but my photograph doesn’t appear here in your Flickr set! What gives?

As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:

     ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera
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